||||||||||This multi-functional centrepiece was constructed from reclaimed wood. Le Corbusier chairs line a cork wall, while light bulbs dangle above|Staff at Grey Group went from cellular offices to an open-plan environment in one fell swoop|Known as the Town Hall, this space doubles as a meeting place and presentation area|Large red terrazzo floor tiles meet terracotta mosaics|Studios Architecture cut a hole above the reception to reveal the original floor|Meeting rooms cantilever over a presentation space|A towering glass curtain wall floods the office spaces with sunlight|Built in 1909, 200 Fifth Avenue has a commanding street presence|The lower floors have been terraced to bring light into the building||
24 Sep 2010

Grey Group HQ by Studios Architecture

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